Horn Hunter Bino Hub Standard Review

Binoculars are a vital piece of equipment when we are out and about. Unfortunately, they are also bulky and, if you have a decent set, a little on the heavy side as well. You basically have two options:

  • Sling them around your neck: Which is good for having them close at hand but hard on your neck and the binos as they jostle around.
  • Stow them in your backpack: Which is helpful in protecting them and your neck, but means that they are a pain to remove.

Fortunately, as you will see in this Horn Hunter Bino Hub Standard review, there is another option.       

Horn Hunter Bino Hub Standard

Horn Hunter Bino Hub

Top Features

  • Harness design ensures even distribution of weight.
  • Adjustable to get the perfect fit.
  • It comes with a detachable compartment for your binoculars.
  • check Has a magnetic rangefinder holder that has a pouch in it.
  • check Pockets on the side are elasticated and so can be used to store a few different items.
  • check Horn Hunter Bino Hub standard dimensions fit binoculars between 8×42 and 10×42.
  • check You can fit a range of different products into this case.
  • check The compartment for the binos is molded foam for maximum protection.
  • check It comes in two sizes – the Horn Hunter Bino Hub standard dimensions and the large dimensions.

Who should buy Horn Hunter Bino Hub Standard?

Anyone who takes long walks or hikes when they have their binoculars on them. The hub makes it possible to have all your essential equipment on hand and easily accessible. The harness ensures that no additional strain is placed on your neck.

Everything is kept secure, and you can tighten the straps so that there is no jostling. The upper straps are standard, with no elasticity, while the belly strap has some give to it. This allows you to get the perfect fit.

Basically, if you want a “hands-free” kit that makes it possible to access everything you need easily, this is going to be a good fit.


When it comes to getting the most of your time spent outdoors, you want to be able to quickly and easily reach for your tools. This harness keeps everything you need easily accessible.

Why a harness instead of straps? That’s the ingenious part – the harness helps to distribute the weight more evenly and fits snugly around your body. That prevents the optics from being jostled around too much.

Overall, we liked this set. It is sturdily built, cleverly designed and has useful features. You can use the binocular case or not, as you prefer. It is nice not to have to worry about whether or not your optics are bashing up against your other equipment like the rangefinder, etc.

This set will also easily fit under a jacket if need be. It is versatile as well. If you don’t want to carry a whole lot of extra equipment, say when you are out birding, just unclip the pouch and clip on your glasses instead.

All in all, this is nicely priced, highly durable and combines innovation and practicality.